Health challenges in Africa and the way forward.
Joses Muthuri Kirigia* and Saidou Pathe Barry
Political instability in Africa
Where the problem lies and alternative perspectives
By Antony Otieno Ong’ayo
The African Diaspora Policy Centre, Amsterdam1
The so-called brain drain is a topical issue globally, and especially in Africa, where the phenomenon
is multifaceted. Inspired by similar trends reported for Africa, this conceptual paper highlights the case of Cameroon
by exploring the structure of academic staff recruitment by state universities, which is managed through a highly
centralised bureaucratic public service system
FOOD INSECURITY IN AFRICA IN TERMS OF CAUSES, EFFECTS AND SOLUTIONS: A
CASE STUDY OF NIGERIA.
*W.O. Fawole, *E. Ilbasmis and *B. Ozkan,
* Department of Agricultural Economics, Faculty of Agriculture, Akdeniz University,
07058, Dumlupınar Bulvarı, Antalya, Turkey
Presenting Author e-mail: [email protected]
Africa’s contribution to the worldwide research
literature: New analytical perspectives, trends,
and performance indicators
he African continent is now recognised as the birthplace of humanity and the cradle of civilization. We still marvel at the great achievements of Kemet, or Ancient Egypt, for example, one of the most notable of the early African civilizations, which first developed in the Nile valley over 5000 years ago.